Zoobells Kettlebells

Jun 17, 2014

Category: Gear

We believe “Eye of the Tiger” might’ve been an inspirational workout song at some point, but that was years before it was used in Starbucks commercials and corporate training videos. For present day motivation, the eye of the lion is where it’s at. Or the wolf. Either one works with these animalistic kettlebells from Zoobells.

The lion, called “Zimba,” was created “to convey strength, power, courage, ferocity, consistency, assertiveness and authority.” It’s 54 lbs., perfectly balanced, detailed and Made in the USA. The wolf’s name is “Zodolf,” which of course as you know is taken from a Norse name meaning “wolf leader,” and it’s meant to “convey leadership, confidence, wisdom, intelligence, freedom, strong instincts and being a protector.” All that in just 35 lbs. [Purchase]

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